Xavier Institute of Communications (XIC), Mumbai established in 1969, is a professional media centre which offers a variety of services in training and production. XIC is an autonomous educational unit of the Bombay St. Xavier's College Society Trust. The faculty is drawn from distinguished professionals in the field. Over the years, they have developed excellent rapport with the student body, which explains the high degree of involvement and participation which characterizes the activities of the institute.
By virtue of its course offerings and enrolments, XIC ranks among the biggest non-government media centres in Asia. By virtue of its course offerings and enrolments, XIC ranks among the biggest non-government media centres in Asia.
Campus of Xavier Institute of Communications –
XIC is located on the campus of St Xavier’s College, Mahapalika Road, south Mumbai, walking distance from the rail terminus CST (formerly VT station). XIC also has another campus 5 minutes walk away, at St Xavier’s High School, Tilak Road. This venue contains the sound studio and lecture halls. Both venues may be reached from CST station, or (in the opposite direction) by crossing the busy traffic junction at Dhobi Talao, and either proceeding to Mahapalika Road (Xavier’s College), or towards Tilak Road (Xavier’s School).
Facilities at Xavier Institute of Communications -
- Class Rooms
- Video Editing Studio
- Media Resource Centre
- Sound Studio